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No. 8166, Hianana
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I, Hianana, hereby state my claim for land. I have a sweet potato kula at Keae, and a pali wauke. 2. Uwau is a mo`o which is mine, bounded on the east by Nalulei's land, on the west by a stream, on the north by a pali, on the south by a sweet potato kula and the pali wauke, and the steep firewood pali. 3. At Keekee is a pali wauke which is mine. 4. There are some orange trees at Mananamoku. 5. At Waiahalapoe there are trees /for wood/, bananas, taro and sweet potatoes. 6. At Paikoeke is a pali wauke ....
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.... of Hianana.
Apana 1. In Uau, some lo`I and the kula.
Apana 2. In Keekee, that is the `ili, a steep sweet potato field.
Mauka, Anahulu Stream
Makai, pali of Uau
Koolaupoko, Anahulu Stream.
Mauka, land of Nalulu
Makai, Anahulu Stream
He received the land from his parents, from the time of Kamehameha I and it is undisputed.
L. Kuokoa, sworn, I know this is true.
[Award 8166; R.P. 3029; Anahulu Kawailoa Waialua; 2 ap.; 4.9 Acs]